Discussion in 'MMA Betting Discussion' started by JimGunn, May 13, 2018.
I took a little stab at Boatwright for action here because...+380.
WTF early stoppage. C'mon.
Good night of squash match series
At least the next Contender Series event can't be any worse than this one... ...I hope.
The Giants ruined my parlay.
6/12/18 4:22pm $10.00 $166.42 $0.00 Loss 7 Team Parlay
Loss 6/12/18 7:10pm MLB Baseball 953 San Francisco Giants -114* vs Miami Marlins (C Stratton - R must Start T Richards - R must Start)
Pending 6/12/18 7:35pm MLB Baseball 956 Atlanta Braves -150* vs New York Mets (Z Wheeler - R must Start M Foltynewicz - R must Start)
Win 6/12/18 7:10pm MLB Baseball 966 Tampa Bay Rays -110* vs Toronto Blue Jays (J Garcia - L must Start R Stanek - R must Start)
Win 6/12/18 10:00pm UFC Fighting 1002 Alonzo Menifield -430* vs Dashawn Boatwright
Win 6/12/18 9:30pm UFC Fighting 1102 Chris Curtis -470* vs Sean Lally
Win 6/12/18 9:00pm UFC Fighting 1201 Greg Hardy -135* vs Austen Lane
Win 6/12/18 8:00pm UFC Fighting 1402 Kevin Holland -740* vs Will Santiago
Wait are they not signing Curtis?
Fought too many minutes I guess. Ridiculous. Guessing a broken hand or something.
I bet Curtis still gets signed at the end of the season.
Curtis deserved that way more than Greg Hardy. They should have signed Menifield & Curtis and made Hardy come back to DWTNCS again in the one of the later episodes this summer to get him more experience and ratings for DWTNCS.
All the favorites hit and Greg Hardy got a big knockout, but I think Chris Curtis should have gotten a contract in addition to Alonzo Menifield and Greg Hardy should have come back for more experience and another DWTNCS fight later in the season. Small 0.68 unit profit.
DWTNCS 9 Results Risk $970.10
Chris Curtis (-405) vs Sean Lally $303.75 for $75.00= $75.00
Greg Hardy (+105) vs Austen Lane $100.00 for $105.00= $105.00
Rico DiSciullo (+365) vs Montel Jackson $100.00 for $365.00= -$100.00
Rico DiSciullo (+350) vs Montel Jackson $100.00 for $350.00= -$100.00
Montel Jackson (+100) vs Rico DiSciullo ~$111.35 for ~$111.35= ~$111.35
Will Santiago (+305) vs Kevin Holland $100.00 for $305.00= -$100.00
Chris Curtis (-470) vs Sean Lally + Alonzo Menifield (-430) vs Dashawn Boatwright $155.00 for $76.69= $76.69
Total Profit= $68.04
Which book offered that? And I've been wondering about your subtotals, is one 5d, the other all other books?
man if it's squash matches you at least need some props to make things interesting. i hope next week is more competitive.
The numbers with the ~ symbol are the dollar equivalents for when I make a wager in Bitcoin at one of the Bitcoin only sportsbooks or exchanges that I sometimes use like Nitrogen, BetBTC, Fairlay etc. I just convert the BTC into the approximate dollar value when I make the bets, because I think it makes a lot more sense at a glance than typing up 0.01700000 for 0.01700000 or the like and having two different currencies in the summary as a result. I break it out into a separate sub-total just so it's easier to keep straight on my internal spreadsheets when I add it all up afterwards.
That was it
Was a blessing
New line was -125 instead of -275
Smh. Dana making some questionable decisions lately.
I'm probably in the minority here, but I have no issue with Dana's decision. I know they mentioned this will be a special type of deal with Hardy where he can maybe fight outside the UFC, but honestly, they can probably give him some favorable matchmaking in the UFC as it is for him to grow. I think Hardy will bring more interesting fights to the HW division than Curtis would bring to the UFC. Curtis also isn't always the most exciting fighter out there.
I agree. Curtis has UFC talent but that fight was a snoozefest until he landed the headkick, which is something he will normally not land vs UFC competition.
We've watched fighters make runs in their 30s before. Although Curtis fought at a slower pace he demonstrated good technique, the ability to slip punches & awareness of cage control ON TOP OF the fact that he got a great knockout.
Menifield's 9 second KO shows me absolutely nothing. He basically aldo'd the guy, doesn't show me his skillset at all. Additionally, greg hardy is extremely sloppy & it's clear they are signing him to take advantage of his name for ppv buys
Overall, Curtis was by far the best fighter that fought last night. I suppose its all political in the end.
Also, I get Dana White is a businessman but saying "everyone deserves a second chance" in reference to Greg Hardy is laughable considering Paul Daley hit Kos after the bell YEARS AGO and has been banned from the UFC ever since
100% agree with Larthus here, I didn't think that fight was a snoozefest at all tbh. Curtis showed great technique and peiced up a bigger guy on the feet while avoiding the heat that Lally was sending back in return. This show is too much "just bleed" for me as a true mma fan. The way Curtis worked the body and that kick to end it was way more entertaining than watching Greg Hardy throw a looping hook that KO'd someone because he is 275 lbs.
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